Tisa Silver

Tisa L. Silver is a double graduate of the University of Delaware's Alfred E. Lerner College of Business and Economics, obtaining an undergraduate degree in Finance and Economics and a graduate degree in Business Administration.


In 2009, Tisa published her first book, "The Time Value of Life". Prior to pursuing her passion for writing, Tisa spent four years as a finance instructor at her alma mater with a primary course load of Corporate Finance and Investments.


In her spare time, Tisa enjoys playing the piano and volunteering through her non-profit organization, The Good Works Coalition. Tisa is a native of Prince George's County, Maryland.


To learn more, visit www.tisasilver.com

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